DISTINCTIONS

CNRS Medals

2019 – Crystal Medal | David Etasse

The Crystal Medal honors men and women, research support staff, who, through their creativity, technical mastery and sense of innovation, contribute alongside researchers to the advancement of knowledge and the excellence of French research.

2006 – Silver Medal | Nigel Orr

The Silver Medal distinguishes researchers for the originality, quality and importance of their work, which is recognized nationally and internationally.

2003 – Crystal Medal | Jean-Marc Gautier

The Crystal Medal honors men and women, research support staff, who, through their creativity, technical mastery and sense of innovation, contribute alongside researchers to the advancement of knowledge and the excellence of French research.

2001 – Bronze Medal | Denis Lacroix

The Bronze Medal is awarded to early work by researchers who are specialists in their field. This distinction represents an encouragement from the CNRS to pursue research that is well underway and already fruitful.

1992 – Silver Medal | Jean Péter

The Silver Medal distinguishes researchers for the originality, quality and importance of their work, which is recognized nationally and internationally.

1989 – Bronze Medal | Rémi Bougault

The Bronze Medal is awarded to early work by researchers who are specialists in their field. This distinction represents an encouragement from the CNRS to pursue research that is well underway and already fruitful.

Joliot-Curie Award (SFP)

Specialty prizes are awarded by the different divisions of the French Physical Society: Accelerators, Atomic and Molecular Optical Physics (PAMO), Nuclear Physics, Particles and Fields, Condensed Matter, Plasmas.

2008 – Francesca Gulminelli

1992 – Bernard Tamain

Valorization Award (IN2P3)

2002 – Jean-Marc Fonbonne

Ronald W. Wilson Award

2012 – Oscar Naviliat-Cuncic

Prix d’excellence en enseignement, Center for Integrative Studies in General Sciences, College of Science, Michigan State University.

Schlumberger Museum Award

2015 – The Muoscope (Winners GANIL & LPC Caen)

2010 – Le Billotron

Launched in 2010 by Relais d’sciences, now Le Dôme, with the support of the Schlumberger Museum Foundation, joined in 2019 by the Flaubert University Foundation, the “Têtes chercheuses” competition aims to encourage innovative approaches to scientific mediation by public and private research teams in Normandy.

(General public)

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